The Internet's Home for Uranus (Jokes)

The Internet’s Home for Uranus (Jokes)

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Welcome to the only list of (quality) Uranus jokes online! Voted by you, and your scientific peers!
Uranus is a part of everyone’s childhood.
Even though everyone has joked about it, the internet still seems to ignore it.
Not Triangles is here to give Uranus the exposure and attention it needs!
All jokes are originals unless it has a name next to it, then it was submitted by a reader
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  1. I once visited Uranus. It was a real hard landing. (JacknJameson) (+64)
  2. The first man in Uranus will blaze a trail for many men to come. (ANONYMOUS NASA EMPLOYEE) (+56)
  3. Earth is full of friends and Uranus, full of enemas (JacknJameson’s Teacher) (+49)
  4. My name is (REBECCA) I will fly to Uranus, Than land on Uranus, Them stick a American flag in Uranus. (+43)
  5. I heard there is a black hole near Uranus. (MIGUEL) (+29)
  6. The noxious gases of Uranus could kill a man. (+27)
  7. Does Uranus have ASS-teroids surrounding it? (KAILEE McFARTENSTEIN) (+23)
  8. No women have ever been to Uranus, but men… they’ve been all over it. (+23)
  9. Hey girl/boy, did you know Uranus is hotter than the Sun? (also: outta this world?) (JASON P) (+21)
  10. How is the Star Trek Enterprise like toilet paper? They both circle Uranus and look for Klingons (MIKE) (+18)
  11. Telescope advert: With our new reflecting telescopes, now you really can see Uranus with just two hands and a mirror! (SEBASTIAN NIPPLEWAGGER) (+18)
  12. There will only be six planets left in the solar system after I destroy Uranus. (JP) (+17)
  13. NASA has yet to find life on Mars, but I guarantee they could find dirt on Uranus. (SEBERSTEN MANINO) (+16)
  14. Just about anyone can see Uranus on any given night. (+14)
  15. NASA is thinking of strapping a couple of rockets to a white dwarf and smashing it into Uranus (TIM, RINDERT & JOS) (+14)
  16. When Uranus comes into view, the whole world stops and stares. (+14)
  17. I’ve spent my whole life trying to unlock the mysteries of the universe, but I keep coming back to Uranus. (+13)
  18. Check it out! Uranus is flaring up. (+13)
  19. The greatest threats to the human race will emerge from Uranus. (+12)
  20. Last night, astronomers were looking at Uranus. They were excited when they saw it. (FORREST) (+12)
  21. The first close-up pictures of Uranus were taken in 1986 and captivated the world. (FORREST) (+12)
  22. You’ve hit rock bottom: You just googled Uranus. (+10)
  23. The first man on Uranus was crushed by the intense pressures beneath its thick atmosphere. (+10)
  24. Q: What do you think of Uranus as a (w)hole? A: I think it needs to be wiped out! (TIM) (+10)
  25. Uranus is not as big as you think (Jacob’s science teacher) (+10)
  26. I heard the best American equipment just probed Uranus. (KEVIN) (+10)
  27. I heard NASA is going to blow their load on Uranus soon. (+9)
  28. NASA Chief: “Keep thinking about Uranus. Never lose sight of it, and then, reach for it.” (+9)
  29. How many probes have taken core samples from Uranus? (+9)
  30. Q: What is big, round and blue? A: Uranus. (ASHLEY A) (+8)
  31. Lying on my back under the night sky, I reached up for Uranus. (+8)
  32. I know you keep saying it’s not possible, but how long do you think it will be until we are able to fully experience Uranus? (+8)
  33. It is only recently with advents in modern science and deep space penetrating instruments, that we have been able to fully immerse ourselves in the wonders of Uranus. (+7)
  34. Asstronaut John Thomas Peckerman has vowed to penetrate the mysteries of Uranus (MANNY CASTILLO) (+7)
  35. I hear they found creatures deep within Uranus. (+7)
  36. Scientists worldwide are aware of the unnatural size and unstable nature of Uranus… But there is nothing that can be done. (MIGUEL) (+6)
  37. Uranus is more than thirty thousand miles wide! (BEAST) (+6)
  38. HEADLINE: Scientists have discovered a ring of debris around Uranus! (TIM) (+6)
  39. Due to a failure to launch, we won’t go to Uranus. (AIKAY) (+5)
  40. Uranus is often seen as a cold and desolate place, but in fact it is extremely volatile and alive. (+5)
  41. It is impossible to achieve escape velocity from Uranus… we’re stuck here. (+5)
  42. Everyone always notices the blue palor of Uranus and thinks that there can’t be anything worthwhile beyond that. (+5)
  43. T-SHIRT: I’m huge in -Japan- Uranus! (+5)
  44. Uranus is under constant assault from unidentified objects. (+5)
  45. Uranus is a massive ball of methane, gas and ice with rock in the middle. (+5)
  46. Who do you think will be the first to colonize Uranus? (+5)
  47. Uranus is crawling with life. (+5)
  48. Time, and history, will never forget the first man on Uranus. (+4)
  49. No one wants to explore Uranus. Stop asking. (+4)
  50. The astrological term, ‘Uranus’ Bleeding,’ refers to the one week in the year when a visible red streak follows Uranus’ path. (+4)
  51. I have dreamed of being the first man on Uranus… (+4)
  52. Ages ago, men scoured Uranus relentlessly. But their ceaseless greed turned it into a cold husk of its former glory. (+4)
  53. There is only disaster and solitude in Uranus’ future. (+4)
  54. (Friend’s name) was a simple man with a simple dream: to reach Uranus and claim it as his own. (+4)
  55. The mark left by the first man on Uranus scarred its surface beyond repair and recognition. (+4)
  56. Science is still years away from creating an apparatus sophisticated enough to be able to apporach Uranus. (MICHELLE) (+4)
  57. The Earth, and all of its people, could fit within Uranus 3 times over. (COOPER) (+4)
  58. I’ve heard Uranus is full of craters. (+4)
  59. Come join Captain Dicksor on his unending escapades on Uranus! (+4)
  60. The group of men who first dared venture to Uranus have never since spoken of what they saw. (+3)
  61. Later tonight, the first probes will be sent to Uranus (+3)
  62. Uranus has been held in a shroud of mystery since its discovery. (+3)
  63. I saw Uranus through my telescope. (CAMERON) (+3)
  64. I hear they’ve plunged quite a few orbiters into Uranus. (+3)
  65. I once drew a picture of bunnies and flowers dancing on Uranus, but now I know it’s actually covered in stagnation and misery. (+3)
  66. I made a scale model of Uranus. (+3)
  67. If you look really closely, you can see the gaps between the rings of Uranus. (+2)